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Matteo Fogale and Laetitia de Allegri

designer  |  Matteo Fogale and Laetitia de Allegri

London

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Matteo Fogale and Laetitia de Allegri joined forces for -ISH, exploring the perception of materials and their properties in the production of this collection of furniture and products emphasising the illusion and beauty of stone-like materials entirely made from recycled and reclaimed post-industrial waste. This new collaboration expresses the common interest in sustainable sources and new aesthetics on design through a partnership with Slate-ish, material made in the USA from ... Read more
Matteo Fogale and Laetitia de Allegri joined forces for -ISH, exploring the perception of materials and their properties in the production of this collection of furniture and products emphasising the illusion and beauty of stone-like materials entirely made from recycled and reclaimed post-industrial waste. This new collaboration expresses the common interest in sustainable sources and new aesthetics on design through a partnership with Slate-ish, material made in the USA from recycled paper-laminate and Iris Industries, specialising in sustainable composites using bio-based components blended with materials like denim and cotton waste.

‘We are interested in working with materials that help preserve our environment with elegance and cleverness. Our challenge is to design furniture and accessories around those materials trying to push the boundaries of each of them. We also love the poetic aspect that is behind these materials and their traditional source of inspiration’. Read less
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